So I am taking part in the Trope-ical Readathon in March and I am really excited to do so. Plus, I have the extra joy of hosting some sprints over on the Trope-ical sprints twitter, which is here, just in case you aren’t following it already and I am also going to be helping a fellow host over on their YouTube so keep an eye out for that too!
Anyways, I am just going to go through the prompts for my team, which is Team Sci-Fi/Fantasy of course, and then the general prompts and I will list the book that I will try and read to fulfil them.
Hope you enjoy!
Rosewater, by Tade Thompson
This Golden Flame, by Emily Victoria
Read a book with the “secret world” trope
Exile, by Shannon Messenger (this is actually book 2 in the series)
Read a book with the “first contact” trope
An Absolutely Remarkable Thing, by Hank Green
Absent/Dead parent(s) – a book with multiple authors
I have no idea what to do for this one, but maybe you guys can suggest me some books?
War Setting – a book you could use as a weapon (i.e >500 pages)
The Absolute Book, by Elizabeth Knox
Small Town – a book with a one word title
Mockingjay, by Suzanne Collins
Coming of Age – a book that shaped who you are
Percy Jackson and the Lightening Thief, by Rick Riordan
Dystopia – a book someone else has chosen for you
I have a few of these that I could choose, but I am going to go with…
The Gilded Wolves, by Roshani Chokshi which the absolutely lovely Becky sent to me for my birthday.
Blast from the Past – a book published before 2000
The Two Towers, by J.R.R.Tolkein
Mixed Media – an audiobook
I will most likely listen to at least one audiobook this month so I will just include that one when I choose it lol.
Artificial Intelligence – an ebook
The Rose Code, by Kate Quinn
Boarding School – a buddy read
Paris by Starlight, by Robert Dinsdale
Enemies to Lovers/Friends – a book you previously DNFed
Another one I have no idea what to choose, so again drop me some recs for the trope!
Multiple POV – multiple POC characters
The Flat Share, by Beth O’Leary
The New Kid in Town – a genre you don’t usually read
The Starless Sea, by Erin Morgenstern
Retelling – a book with a TV or movie adaptation
Shadow and Bone, by Leigh Bardugo
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